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PRE-COOK BACON to MAKE AHEAD: Oven Bake Bacon

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Pre Cook Bacon:  Learn how to cook bacon in the oven!! OVEN BAKED BACON…..Pre-Cooking Bacon in the oven is a huge time saver! If you are anything like me, morning time can be rushed and harried……so having bacon for breakfast was rare…….

But not anymore with my quick make ahead solution: baking bacon in the over is a super simple time saver!!!

Pre Cook Bacon is a great time saver

Pre Cook Bacon

Pre Cook Bacon by Making Ahead is a super easy, super time-saving idea!!!

 

Here are the super simple, super easy steps:

    1. Remove packaging from bacon (I like the Simple Truth Uncured Bacon)
    2. Line a cookie sheet with Parchment Paper like Unbleached Parchment Paper
    3. Place the strips of bacon on a wire rack in the cookie sheet
    4. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 15 minutes and then turn strips over to bake on other side for 10 minutes
    5. Check bacon to make sure each strip is fully cooked
    6. Remove cookie sheet from oven and place cooked bacon strips on paper towels to absorb excess grease
    7. Cool bacon strips completely on paper towels
    8. Take 2 sheets of new paper towels and lay one piece of bacon on the edge. Begin to roll each slice individually in paper towel
    9. Roll all slices up completely and place bacon bundle in a plastic bag and freeze until needed.
    10. To reheat: simply remove number of slices needed and reheat on skillet
    11. Save the bacon grease for your Homemade Doggie Biscuits  

The first step in how to cook bacon in the oven is to remove bacon from packaging and place slices on a wire rack on parchment lined cookie sheets.

If you do not have a wire rack, simply bake directly on parchment paper lined baking sheet

Place Bacon Stripes on Wire Rack

Place Bacon Stripes on Wire Rack

Or, if you do not have a small wire rack, simply bake the bacon directly on the Parchment Paper.

Bacon on Parchment Paper

Bacon on Parchment Paper  ~ Easy Way to Make Pre Cook Bacon!!!

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Next, bake for approximately 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Turn each slice over and continue baking for an additional 10 minutes.

Make sure each slice is fully cooked.

Drain Pre-cooked Bacon on Paper Towels

Take about 2 full sheets of paper towels and lay the first slice of bacon on the edge.

Fold over one time & lay another slice of bacon on the edge.

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; Begin by layering bacon individually on paper towel

Begin by layering bacon individually on paper towel

Continue until you have rolled each slice up in the paper towels.

Rolling Individual Slices of Pre-Cooked Bacon in Paper Toweling

Rolling Individual Slices of Pre-Cooked Bacon in Paper Toweling

Now put the bundle of pre-cooked bacon in a plastic bags and freeze until needed.

Placing Rolled up Bacon in Plastic Freezer Bag for Longer Storage

Placing Rolled up Bacon in Plastic Freezer Bag for Longer Storage

Reheat the bacon on a skillet or in a pan as you are making the rest of your breakfast……

Getting ready to make your fresh breakfast using your pre-cooked bacon!!

Getting ready to make your fresh breakfast using your pre-cooked bacon!!

First of all, gather your ingredients:

Einkorn Flour ~ 1 Cup 

Organic Milk ~ 1 Cup 

Farm Fresh Egg ~ 1 egg

1 Tablespoon Organic Plain Yogurt

1 Tablespoon Rumford, Baking Powder, 4 oz

Pink Himalayan Salt ~ 1/4 teaspoon 

1 Tablespoon Avocado Oil 

Next

Combine all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl, with a Wire Whip or hand mixer until well combined.

Lightly oil your waffle iron with Chosen Foods Avocado Oil Spray. Ladle 1/2 cup of the batter on to the waffle iron. Bake until bubbles appear. Bake until the steam stops or the green light appears on your waffle iron. Carefully remove the waffles and keep warm while finishing this batch. Enjoy now or freeze for a quick healthy breakfast!

Serve Warm with Butter, Jam, Maple Syrup or Honey And do not forget……your Pre-Cooked Bacon that you have in your Freezer! Or, your Wild Game Breakfast Sausage that you made!!!

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Cooking and Baking from Scratch can help lower your Monthly Food Costs….This is so easy and such a great time saver!!!

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